Is the use of frimeforc in the development of a single-paged PHP?



  • Good afternoon!

    I recently learned PHP. There's an order for the Landing.

    Would it be prudent to use a frimevore like Yii or Symfony?

    Or everyone's writing peacefully on a regular PHP.



  • It depends on the tasks that you want to do on the side of the back. You've probably had enough of the Freamworth. I've been working with Yii and I know there's already a lot of Halperes that can shape beautiful dates, sums and stuff. Also, there is a protection function from csrf and injections.

    I don't see anything wrong with the one-paged one-page use of a fraimvor to save time for design and testing. At least you won't spend time setting up the basic structure, filters and data collectors.

    If a sql sample is used, resources can be saved easily and quickly.

    However, there's no point in using a frimetre if you only write on the server side to do anything else.




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